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Eisenhour Home Improvements to offer Remodeling Classes Saturday’s in January

December 22, 2014
Eisenhour Home Improvements to offer Remodeling Classes Saturday’s in January

Al Eisenhour, owner of Eisenhour Home Improvements in Plymouth, will be holding Remodeling Classes on all the Saturday’s in January (January 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th, 31st, 2015). The classes will be held at Al Eisenhour’s shop, located at 14680 Lincoln Highway, west of Plymouth. These classes will run from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m....
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Autopsy provides victim ID

December 22, 2014

An autopsy performed today on the remains of a young woman found near Bremen Friday has provided a positive identification. The victim was positively identified as 15-year-old Desirae Ann Kathryn Jones from Bremen. The primary cause of death was determined to be blunt force trauma. A walker discovered Jones’ body just off Fifth Road...
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Students and Parents Invited to PHS Financial Aid Night and PSAT Score Report Presentation

December 22, 2014
Students and Parents Invited to PHS Financial Aid Night and PSAT Score Report Presentation

The annual Plymouth High School Financial Aid Night will be held Wednesday, January 7, at 7:00 p.m. in the school cafeteria. As the costs of college and vocational/technical schools continue to increase, students and their parents are searching for ways to finance their education.  Therefore, Financial Aid Night is an important meeting for seniors and their parents...
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Attorney General Zoeller propose legislation to protect Hoosiers from identity theft, data breaches

December 22, 2014
Attorney General Zoeller propose legislation to protect  Hoosiers from identity theft, data breaches

In response to growing concerns about online privacy and data protection, Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller Monday announced a legislative proposal to provide greater safeguards of Hoosiers’ personal and financial information online. Zoeller’s proposal has three main components aimed at providing stricter requirements for the safe storage of sensitive data, reducing harm to consumers...
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ACLU of Indiana Challenges South Bend Social Media Ordinance

December 22, 2014
ACLU of Indiana Challenges South Bend Social Media Ordinance

Indianapolis-A lawsuit filed Monday by the American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana on behalf of South Bend Common Council President and 6th District Council member Oliver Davis challenges a recently-passed city ordinance that regulates both publicly controlled and privately maintained social media, Internet and electronic communications of council members, saying the ordinance violates the...
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PHS SEED Club “Gives Back for Christmas”

December 22, 2014
PHS SEED Club “Gives Back for Christmas”

The Plymouth High School SEED (Students Engaged in Environmental Development), Club adopted a Plymouth family for Christmas through the Marshall County Neighborhood Center! This is the second year of the SEED Club Program “Give Back for Christmas.” The program began last year when the club officers decided they wanted to give back to the...
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PRIDE Awards at Triton Elementary

December 22, 2014
PRIDE Awards at Triton Elementary

A special convocation was held at Triton Elementary School at the end of first semester to recognize special students with award t-shirts. Winners are: Trojan PRIDE t-shirt winners K-Janika Kemp 1st -Addison Hammond 2nd -Allie Westafer 3rd – Lena Doll 4th – Amari Snyder 5th – Shaleigh Honeycutt, Charlie Neff, William Weissert 6th –...
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Autopsy Monday on Female Body found in Little Egypt

December 21, 2014
Autopsy Monday on Female Body found in Little Egypt

Marshall County Sheriff Tom Chamberlin is being very tight-lipped on Friday’s discovery of the body of a young, white female on 5th Road between Hawthorn and Grape Road. In a press release on Saturday, the sheriff said an autopsy has been scheduled for Monday, December 22nd to determine the cause of death and identity....
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How Well Do You Know the Constitution?

December 21, 2014
How Well Do You Know the Constitution?

Plymouth resident Ruth Weist was more than happy to take the challenge to answer questions about the United States Constitution from students of the Weidner School of Inquiry. Weist said she was shopping at a local store ;ast week when four students tested her knowledge. Twenty-six Weidner School of Inquiry students of Grant Masson,...
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Lady Trojan Reaches 1,000 Points in Basketball

December 21, 2014
Lady Trojan Reaches 1,000 Points in Basketball

The Triton Athletic Deptartment and Triton School Corporation would like to congratulate senior Kylie Mason on scoring 1,000 points during her varsity career. She reached the milestone seven minutes into the first quarter against Rochester on December 17, 2014 after nailing a beautiful shot from downtown. Kylie, who exemplifies a model student-athlete on and off...
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